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2000\10\12@080414 by Bob Ammerman

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> I apologise to the many professional engineers here for my "bucket
> science" solutions! I am not an engineer, I'm maybe a "re-engineer"??
> ;o)
> -Roman

LOL

Note that the above sentence includes the words 'engineer' and 'science'.

Remember, engineers are _not_ scientists. While they should work logically,
they have to build something that _works_, and _continues_ to work!

Old Roman stone arch bridges rarely fail, I expect they are rather
'over-engineered'.

The Varazano (sp?) Narrows bridge was 'scientifically' designed. Look what
happened to it.

Just my opinion/attitude.

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level
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2000\10\12@080835 by Andrew Kunz

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Don't you mean Kent Narrows?  Last time I looked, the Verrazano was still a good
way to get into New York City.

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> I apologise to the many professional engineers here for my "bucket
> science" solutions! I am not an engineer, I'm maybe a "re-engineer"??
> ;o)
> -Roman

LOL

Note that the above sentence includes the words 'engineer' and 'science'.

Remember, engineers are _not_ scientists. While they should work logically,
they have to build something that _works_, and _continues_ to work!

Old Roman stone arch bridges rarely fail, I expect they are rather
'over-engineered'.

The Varazano (sp?) Narrows bridge was 'scientifically' designed. Look what
happened to it.

Just my opinion/attitude.

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level
software)

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2000\10\12@081659 by Bond Peter S-petbond1

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> Don't you mean Kent Narrows?  Last time I looked, the
> Verrazano was still a good
> way to get into New York City.

The only one that sprang to mind for me was the Tacoma Narrows...
http://www.me.utexas.edu/~uer/papers/paper_jk.html

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2000\10\12@085406 by James R. Cunningham

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Engineering doesn't always require building something.  I'm an engineer rather
than a scientist.  I also work on the flight mechanics and biomechanics of a
couple of late-Cretaceous azhdarchid pterodactyls.  That type of engineering
doesn't require that anything be built, or that it continue to work (they quit
working about 65 million years ago).  But in my mind, it is still engineering
rather than science.

Jim

Bob Ammerman wrote:

> Remember, engineers are _not_ scientists. While they should work logically,
> they have to build something that _works_, and _continues_ to work!

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